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278 - Leadership and Disaster Resilience on Distributed Teams

The Collaboration Superpowers Podcast

Release Date: 05/24/2021

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MAGDA FERRETTI is a business trainer and organizational psychologist helping Polish companies introduce home office policies. Her PhD research focused on leadership in virtual teams and she uses that knowledge to help managers transition to leading from a distance. In this interview we discuss why managers are hesitant to go remote and what they need to do to develop new competencies for leading remote teams. For more stories visit

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ARVIND JAIN helped found Glean to make it easy for people to find the information they need to be more productive and happier at work. In this interview, we talk about why information management is so important and how the Glean teams have been able to make in-person, remote, and hybrid work work for them. For more stories of remote teams doing great things, visit

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We've reached Episode 300 on the Collaboration Superpowers podcast! In this episode, I highlight 6 of my favorite segments from the last 50 interviews. Featuring: (How to Work Alone), (Corporate Collaboration Resources), (GitLab), (Donut), (Suddenly Hybrid), and (RoRemote). For more stories, visit .

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JENNIFER SMITH is the CEO & Founder at SCRIBE, the world's first operating system for know-how. In this interview, we talk about how documentation can be like digital exhaust, tips for becoming a hybrid team, and how to onboard remote team members. For more stories of remote teams doing great things, visit https://www.collaborationsuperpowers.com

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is an on-camera communications expert, the CEO and Chief Confidence Creator at Speaker Dynamics. She was on the podcast exactly 1 year ago (episode 275) to talk about her book Suddenly Virtual. In this episode, Karin is back to talk about her latest book: Suddenly Hybrid. In this interview we talk about how to make hybrid meetings a success: from infrastructure to design to facilitation.  For more stories of remote teams doing great things, visit https://www.collaborationsuperpowers.com

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is the founder & Managing Director of Virtual Space Heros, a company designing and producing virtual events through event moderation, live streaming support, video creation and more. In this interview, we discuss why flexibility and hybrid are game changes for women an d organisations that want to foster gender inclusion, some best practices for hybrid teams, and what makes a great online event. For more stories of remote teams doing great things, visit

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is an entrepreneur, author, and keynote speaker on agility, leadership, and innovation. He is also an avid Wingspan player! After founding Management 3.0, Happy Melly, and Agility Scales, his newest project may be his most innovative yet: the unFIX model - an organisational design tool that specifically keeps in mind remote workers and hybrid working. In this interview, we talk about why he built this model and what he hopes people will do with it. For more stories of remote teams doing great things, visit .

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is a Development Manager at . In this interview, we focus on how Simcorp transitioned from working mostly in person - to going fully hybrid. Including: how they handle hybrid meetings, work-life balance, tools, and more. For more stories of remote teams doing great things, visit https://www.collaborationsuperpowers.com

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is the Founder and CEO of and , 2 companies focused on shaping the world of work through AI-driven data analysis. Claire also serves as a board member for UNICEF and AccelerateHer: two organizations making monumental impact in working environments around the world. In this interview, we discuss chaos theory and why chaos is not as disorganized as it might seem. We also discuss how we can better manage our remote teams through automation, visibility, and working with the agile methodology. For more stories of remote teams doing great things, visit

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In the wake of the pandemic, video conferencing has become a common practice amongst workers worldwide. And the question about whether or not we should turn our cameras on has sparked great debate. In this episode, we explore the pros and cons of turning our cameras on during online meetings - and what we all sides can do to make the experience better. For more stories of remote teams doing great things, visit

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JOHN O'DUINN has written code and led engineering teams in companies ranging from four person startups, to non-profits, to multinationals – including in the US Government as part of the U.S. Digital Service in the Obama White House. He is the author of Distributed Teams: The Art and Practice of Working Together While Physically Apart. And he helped to write the state of Vermont's Remote Worker Law. In this interview we discuss why it's important to have a single source of truth and the impact of distributed economic development.

For more stories of remote teams doing great things, visit https://www.collaborationsuperpowers.com